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Description of the location from the ‘Survey of London, South-Eastern Marylebone’, London, UCL, c.2016: ‘New Cavendish Street. ... No. 45 retains an early shopfront, of c.1820, with pairs of Ionic columns, indicative of the commercial nature of this end of the street in late-Georgian times. The core of the house itself, now of six storeys, may well be earlier, though the whole premises were substantially rebuilt in the 1890s.
watercolour on paper
H 25 x W 35.6 cm
presumed to be part of the collection formed by Henry S. Wellcome
Drawing & watercolour